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Samuel Martinez
Samuel Martinez

Versions For Mac Svn



I've been using it as my IDE for a while now, and have always liked it, but I didn't use it for SVN while on my PC (I preferred the Tortoise SVN interface). But now on OSX I've been after something that has similar functionality and I was very surprised to find that Netbeans seems to be perfect! All I was after was a single browsable file tree that you can right click and apply all the familiar commands (update, commit, revert, search history, diff against other versions) etc, and netbeans has it all. It's actually really thorough, logical, familiar and complete. It's surprisingly similar to Tortoise in the general navigation & interface (minus the pretty icons of course) - but I'm impressed. Give it a shot!




Versions For Mac Svn


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Perfect for browsing and comparing past versions of individual files, the Timeline View presents revisions on an intuitive timeline. Browse revisions, find branch points and compare versions. And built-in filters help you get there fast.


On the issue of Apple Silicon support, I am dependent on the upstream development of the DOSBox SVN source. All I am doing here is implementing various custom patches to the source and ensuring operability with current versions of MacOS. I only have access to Intel Macs, and more importantly I do not have the coding skills to implement support for a new architecture.


Debian and Ubuntu also provide Psychtoolbox directly from their repositories,but these Psychtoolbox packages are usually very outdated, often years behind versions,and they support GNU Octave only, no Matlab: